All posts tagged Social Media Week

How I Pulled Off an Epic Storytelling Event (and You Can, Too)

by: Felicia Pride

In June, I left New York for Washington, D.C. It’s no secret: New York is bursting with opportunity, especially for those of us who work in media. I knew what I was leaving behind in the Big Apple—a growing ecosystem for media and story innovation, areas where I’ve focused energy for the last few years.

Landing in D.C., I was desperate to find a similar ecosystem. Of course this was the wrong approach, trying to fit the city into a New York box, without embracing its individuality. So when I removed unfounded expectations, I found talented storytellers producing highly creative projects, progressive institutions using media to engage audiences in fresh ways, and more.

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When Story Turned Social – PC to Host Social Media Week Event

Hey all you Facebookers, Tweeters, Google Plusers and the like, have we got a treat for you! In just a few short weeks Social Media Week will be upon us.

If you haven’t already heard, this massive, multi-event, event has quickly become the authority on the social media terrain. Their mission? To help people and organizations connect through collaboration, learning and the sharing of ideas and information.

The week-long affair, whose bragging rights claim 100k members in 26 cities across the globe, will offer a smörgåsbord of events for attendees to sink their teeth into. We at PC are stoked to be organizing one of the events for the DC-based conference through our StoriesLead project.  We invite you to come join the party at what we’ve titled: When Story Turned Social: At the Intersection of Story and Social Media.

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